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will be playing for the national championship. graham, what do you take away from the college football system especially the shakeup in the last ten days? >> i guess you would say there's more parity than we had anticipated, coming ininto the end of the season, to watch alabama go down, oregon go down, bay, it was so crazy to not know who was going to play in the national championship until the final weekend i think it made it more exciting but definitely kept you on the edge of your seat as you watch things unfold. >> graham, they gave auburn all they could handle on saturday night and watching auburn and their unstoppable offense for the past few weeks, it seems like the college game, especially in the sec, the sec has opened up things on the offense and everybody is outscoring everybody. >> i blame johnny manziel on this. he just started working his magic, running all over the place, scoring all those points. i blame the coach of a&m to show it could work. teams kind of adapt their personnel offensively to kind of fit in that mold because it worked so well with a&m. the defense you know, i
just experienced in college ball, we will head to denver and check in with graham watson of yahoo sports. thank you for joining us. let's talk the latest news from u usc. what is the latest news ed has resigned after that announcement? >> i think people are in shock. i don't think that steve sar kizian was the splashy hire everybody was expecting usc to make, 34 and 2 knife in his five years at washington. he has tried to bring washington up to elite status. he inherited a program 0 and 12. up until in year, had he hadn't won more than seven games. now you bring them in. a national powerhouse program, a traditionally powerhouse program and you expect him to turn that program around and make it elite. i am just, i think we are all kind of scratching our heads thinking, you know, why this guy? and, of course, his ties to the school. he was there for seven years. he was an offensive coordinator for two years, coached two high schoolman trophy winners there. that definitely played into this. but in terms of success, i think theme with a little, just like, umm, okay. steve sar kisian.
of energy drink we used was relatively small. so, the precipitants had about 100 mil i graham capk caffeine and 1.4 graham toline, which is approximately 1/10 of energy drink. so, from our study, it is unclear if there is a dose dependence effect of injury drinks or not. we only investigated, as i said, little dosages which showed an increase in contractility which is, from our point of view, is no concerns in healthy volunteers at least at those levels. >> so the question is: what are the risks? >> right. >> what are the biggest issues with the drink? is it the caffeine or the taurine? the taurine has been shown to increase contractility but to be positive in people who have serious heart problems? >> therefore, we investigated 10 participants using a caffeine-only protocol which includes the same amount of caffeine the energy drink did and we did not find a significant increase in contr t contractibility as we have seen it in the energy drink group. so probably, it is the tauline or the combination of the i n d ingredients the energy drink that causes this change in contractibility. >>
tolerance pro graham program bee crime in the area. it's an aggressive approach that targets small crimes like trespassing to prevent bigger ones. the police chief says the zero tolerance program is effective. six years ago this wrast the moswas themost violent communite country and last year they dropped to fourth. >> thinthey warned they must tae racial profiling seriously or they lose the tryst. -- trust. by abusing their rights you alien ate communities. disenchanted they dropped out 6f the zero tol tolerance program. >> he looks at the lis police as a jailer not a protector. >>> we look to detroit now. detroit averages 14 cases of a are soarson a day. it cost $200 million in losses alone. today the fire commission is charged with turning the department around announced his resignation. that has not stopped the firefighters from going out and giving it their all. they accident we spent a day anh engine company 44. >> fire you can't predict what is really going to happen next. my name is michael jefferson. i'm a captain of engine company no. 44 in detroit. i have been at this firehouse
defensive backs going up against one of the most procelific passers in drew breeze. i believe jimmie graham, i think they will be successful. it will be a great night, probably one of the best games this week. again, we are talking about home field advantage, the importance leading into the playoffs. >> time for one more quick question. let's talk about the crazy week with mike tomlin. he says or he is under aggressive review right now for that play where he became the 12th man for the pittsburgh stealers, you will see right here. let's talk about what do you expect from him? talking penalties and forfeiting a draft pick. your thoughts on that? >> i spoke to a few guys who played with tom lin and coached with tom lin and say this is a character guy. it is not in his character to do something like this. >> that's first and foremost. no. 2, has come out and said, i typically watch the kickoff and punt returns on the jumbotron so i am sure the n.f.l. will review that to make sure that's exactly what he does anticipate a fine. i am hearing about 100,000 dollar final for mike tomlin. he had jaso
with graham watson of yahoo sports earlier today about the reaction out west. >> i think people are in shock. i don't think steve sarkisian was the splashy hire everybody was expecting usc to make. his 3 for and 29, his five years at washington and, you know, he has tried to bring washington up to elite status. he inherited a program that was 0 and 12. and up until this year, they hadn hadn't won more than seven games. now you bring him into usc, a national powerhouse program, traditionally powerhouse program and you expect him to turn that program around and make it elite. i think we are all kind of scratching our heads thinking, you know, why this guy? and, of course, his ties to the school. he was there for seven years as an offensive coordinator. he coached two heisman trophy winners there. that definitely played into this but in terms of success, i think people are a little just like, hum, okay. steve sarkisian. >> matt liner tweed he thought it was a good pick. >> just finished up, drew brees saints hoping to take and vantage. a big game with play-off implications. to seattle, they go
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